Volunteer Opportunities :

If you hear about any opportunities to better our trails, streams or parks, pass the info along.


Little Mountain Trail Work - For more info see here.

The Mount Vernon Trail Builders are continuing to work on the Little Mountain Trails, SAC members are encouraged to participate. Trail building happens on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of each month, 10:00am 4:30pm
Sessions are rain or shine and we at 10:00am on Saturdays. To get to the trailhead, travel east on the Little Mountain Road past the entrance to Little Mountain Park, past the beaver pond. You will see piles of rock about 500′ past the beaver pond which is where the trailhead is located. Park alongside the road.


Washington Trails Association Work Party schedule:

Sign up here.


Attention Hikers and Climbers!  Here is an opportunity to help keep our local trails cleared and beautiful.  The PNTA volunteer group works on trails in Deception Pass State Park, Blanchard, Anderson, Swift Creek, and along the South Fork of the Nooksack.

Want to do some trail work? No matter where you work, wear long pants, have work gloves, have plenty of fluids to drink, and bring a lunch. Each person working will have to sign a liability release form. Parents or guardians of those under 18 must sign for the minor. We are a group of volunteers, made up of retired and working people. Experience with trail work is not necessary when you first begin. New volunteers are partnered with more experienced people. Most of what we do is common sense work. Only the experienced volunteers operate the chain saws and other power tools. For information call 360-424-0407 anytime up until 7:45 a.m. the morning of the work party. Tools will be provided--hazel hoes, loppers, McLeods, Pulaskis, chain saws, brush cutters. You may bring your own tools if you wish. If you can only work until noon, please call ahead to see if the work site will be conducive to your leaving early. Sometimes we will be working behind locked gates or far up logging roads and it would not be convenient for people to leave early. For questions call 360-424-0407 or e-mail to jdmelcher@comcast.net
Except for National Trails Day, the meeting place is the Cook Road Park-n-Ride, exit 232 from I-5 north of Burlington across from Starbucks. Exit the freeway, turn right and then immediately turn right onto Old Highway 99. Meeting time is 8:15 a.m.

Volunteer Opportunities and Events with the Skagit Land Trust


Volunteers are vital to the success of Skagit Land Trust, and they are involved in almost every aspect of the work done by the Trust. If you are interested in offering your knowledge and skills in any capacity to help protect land in Skagit County, please contact us! Our e-mail address is: trustmv@fidalgo.net.


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